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Cell Culture Dish

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MUNICH, Dec. 6, 2017 — Cell Culture DishThe µ-Dish 35-mm Quad from Ibidi GmbH is a four-compartment cell culture dish that can be used for simultaneous assays, guaranteeing high optical quality.

Researchers will benefit significantly from the quartered construction of this imaging dish. The subdivisions enable up to four parallel, individual experiments in one single dish, which saves time and decreases experimental costs by reducing cell numbers and the amount of reagents needed. A polymer coverslip bottom guarantees high-quality optics for high-end microscopy. Phase contrast is provided by the centered plate construction. The Ph+ feature avoids any meniscus effect and facilitates homogenous cell growth.

The µ-Dish 35-mm Quad is the ideal solution for scientists who conduct simultaneous multiplex analysis of different cell lines, or apply distinct experimental conditions. Applications such as transfection or immunofluorescence staining or live-cell imaging can be conveniently performed.
Dec 2017

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